Kuhn amenity sprayers

From handheld to tractor-mounted models, the new Amenity Pro range of sprayers from Kuhn illustrates the company's commitment to technological advancement.

Polypul high pressure sprayer - image: Kuhn
Polypul high pressure sprayer - image: Kuhn

Kuhn's ControlSpot and ControlMix dosage systems treat clean water with plant protection product or fertilisers immediately prior to the boom or lance, thereby improving application rate accuracy and avoiding wastage.

Dosage systems include a homogeniser bowl and are available for single-product or dual-product application and at dosage rates from 0.15 per cent up to 5.5 per cent. This technology is available on PolyPul wheelbarrow sprayers, Actis and Omnis tractor-mounted sprayers and some other models.

Polypul wheelbarrow sprayers can be used indoors or out and have booms that are adaptable for vertical spraying. Two-wheel and three-wheel frames are available and tank capacities of 50, 100 and 200 litres. A high-pressure pump, powered by either a four-stroke petrol engine or 12V motor, operates at 20 or 30 bar pressure.

Based in Telford, Shropshire, Kuhn offers implements for use with tractors and ATVs as well as a range of handheld appliances.


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